n-syb, n-synaptobrevin, synaptobrevin, syb
a v-SNARE - a vesicular protein that plays a key role during synaptic vesicle exocytosis - involved in a neuron-specific sort-and-degrade mechanism that protects neurons from degeneration
Gene model reviewed during 5.44
Gene model reviewed during 5.55
3.2, 3.0 (northern blot)
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n-syb transcripts are first detected in 9-12hr embryos on northern blots and are detected at all subsequent stages tested. The two transcripts are present in roughly equal amounts until adulthood at which point the 3.0kb transcript predominates. n-syb transcripts are more abundant in adult head than body.
n-syb transcripts are first detected in embryos at stage 13 and are restricted to the nervous system. They become quite abundant in both the central and peripheral nervous sytems. In adults, transcripts are detected in the cell bodies of the visual system, in the central brain and in the thoracic ganglia.
n-syb protein staining is strong in the ventral nerve cord in embryos and is faint in axon commissures and segmental and intersegmental nerves. Staining is also apparent at the neuromuscular junction (NMJ). It is concentrated in the synaptic zones at the NMJ.
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